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Re: DJ, your Qs?

Posted by andrewb on August 22, 1999, at 12:36:02

In reply to Re: DJ, anxiety and depression -- A?, posted by dj on August 22, 1999, at 10:52:20

> Andrew,
> Thanks again for your carefully noted thoughts. Calcium is a good suggestion -- any idea how much?
> Do you live in Canada & if so how were you able to arrange for the amisulpride -- through your psych???
> Have you ever tried SAMe and if so what's your experience of it been? The hype on it is that it has positive physical impacts for arthritis and so on so perhaps it can impact on tension, etc...
> Last but not least could you please explain what are "dyskinesias, orthostatic hypotension" ?

Try taking supplemental calcium, following whatever dosage instructions that are on the bottle. Don't forget the vitamin D.
I live in US. The doctor wrote me a prescription. Then I used the prescription to buy the amisulpride from an overseas pharmacy (Victoria Apotheke). The laws in your country probably allow youand your doctor to do the same. If you are interested I will email you added ordering information (
SAMe probably wouldn't help with muscle tension.
I take TMG (trimethylglycine), an inexpensive supplement that is converted into SAMe. I take this supplement with vitamin B-12. This is a cheap way to get the various benefits of SAMe.
Diskinesias: problems with voluntary muscle movements
Orthostatic hypotension: Low blood pressure in the head when standing. This may cause a person to suffer fainting spells upon standing up.




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